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Atomic Pleasure 

Hueco: V6 Font: 7A

   
Type:  Boulder, 15'
Original:  Hueco: V6 Font: 7A [details]
FA: FA: Nate Lambiec, SA: Morgan Patterson
New Route: Yes
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Submitted By: guy bon on Nov 20, 2012

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Atomic Pleasure, Photo: Guy Bon

Description 

Starting sitting low in the hole on the jug side pull in the middle of the wall. Work up and left on great holds to a tenuous move to the arete out right.

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2-3 Pads


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By josh villeneuve
From: Enfield, CT
Oct 1, 2013

I feel like I climbed this totally wrong
By Morgan Patterson
Administrator
Oct 2, 2013

spoiler: hands go, left slot, right uundercling, right slopey jug, dropknee, match hands, lip.
By josh villeneuve
From: Enfield, CT
Oct 2, 2013

Okay, we definitely climb differently haha, I went left hand slot, right hand undercling, drop knee, left hand jug and dyno'ed to the lip

I just wasnt sure whether the undercling was on or not
By czd
Sep 20, 2015

This is a great problem. You can also "exit right" by traversing right on a good horizontal to the right of the undercling. Seems to be about the same difficulty.

It also seems like there is a possible line from the same start, climbing more directly up and a little to the left. Basically the area in between this route and Kerosine. Anyone trying/tired it?
By Morgan Patterson
Administrator
Sep 21, 2015

HaHa...yup its my Direct Atomic Pleasure Project. It's been a long standing proj of mine. It clocks in at about V7/8 I think... I've fallen on the last move to the lip more times then I'd care to admit.
By Andrew Gerald Thaller
Dec 28, 2015
rating: V6 7A

I would say using the exit right on the low rail would be easier.

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